But just look at it! The irregular, bubble-style laser cuts are so fun, yet the motif manages to remain sophisticated. Round, punched-out dots make for a total ‘60s-retro feel, while with the lean north-south shape and, yes, minimal design, it’s also a hundred-percent modern.
Hungry? Wear your lunch on your arm. Or even better, your favorite snack. The latest crop of kitschy-fun bags is setting out to make your mouth water. While most aren’t exactly appetizing, they do make for cute statement pieces that are well worth a giggle. So lighten up, eat up, and have some fun with this food for thought!
This structured Bertoni top handle tote possesses a great classic shape and features a cool trio of three-dimensional stripes, but that’s not what got me hooked here. I’m really interested in the bag’s most unique and amazing closure.
From ordinary to extraordinary: your average tote, the one featuring an oversized pocket on the front, has just become a covetable, eye-popping bag that’s just as great for work as it is for play. Practical as it may look, the front pocket is usually mostly decorative, meant for nothing than frivolous things you don’t mind getting lost. But Balenciaga’s open tote has the reverse situation going on.
This latest Nancy Gonzalez satchel is a unique treasure to behold. The intricate lace pattern that lies over both sides, reminiscent of a Victorian wrought-iron fence, has a cool retro vibe.